Canadian Guitar Ace, JUNO winner, and Multiple Maple Blues Award winner Steve Strongman has just co-produced, co-written, and guested on the Fabulous Thunderbird’s 50th Anniversary 2024 release “Struck Down, on Stony Plain records.

 This record debuted at #1 in both the United States and Canada, and features Strongman with guests Bonnie Raitt, Billy Gibbons, Keb Mo, Taj Mahal, Mick Fleetwood, Elvin Bishop and Terrence Simien. Strongman will be on tour supporting the Thunderbirds in 2024/2025. 

Strongman, also a Memphis International Blues Challenge award winner for best solo/duo guitarist, is one of the most talented Blues based artists in the world today. Beyond his undeniable strengths as a songwriter, guitarist and front man is his ability to engage his audience and deliver incredible performances at every live show. With his inimitable guitar playing and soulful vocals, Strongman delivers incredible performances with power and passion. Steve Strongman has a way of stirring a crowd that evokes the emotion, maturity and authenticity of classic blues themes. 

Steve has shared the stage with International blues royalty including B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Johnny Winter, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Joe Cocker, Robert Cray, Jeff Healey, James Cotton, Roy Clark, and Jimmie Vaughan to name a few. Steve Strongman is warmly regarded as Mississippi guitar legend Mel Brown’s “Blues son”.


"This is as good as Lenny Kravitz version of "American Woman" – Randy Bachman regarding Steve’s version of “You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet” 

"Steve Strongman is the "Real Blues Deal" guy in vocals, guitar and credentials. We've jammed out many times and it's always a giant explosion of energy and riffs galore" - Randy Bachman


You can read & download Steve Strongman's extended Bio HERE